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Alan

Portman deserved an Oscar for The Professional (Leon), and for Beautiful Girls, but she has just become a worse actress as she has aged. Black Swan was a laughable effort.

Dave Tufte

I've liked Natalie Portman since I first saw The Professional on cable; I thought of mentioning The Professional in this post ... but so few people have seen it (or remember it after so many years).

Alan

Anyone who has ever seen The Professional will surely remember it. Jean Reno was also brilliant. And Gary Oldman! What a cast.
But it is the Natalie Portman of Beautiful Girls who totally captivated me; she so had Tim Hutton drawn in and I was with him!

Dave Tufte

Gee ... two recommendations for "Beautiful Girls" ... and Netflix is streaming it. I'm there.

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